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>> starting this season 3-and-0. pats taking down houston with their third string starter. a police officer turned herself in. she's charged in the shooting death of an unarmed african-american. and police in stoeton searching for r a shooter after a teen is shot inside of a friday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm nancy chin in for sarah. >> i have an idea why you are so happy. it's friday. but a little bit call and cloudy. >> we been blessed with so many great morning. it will get close to 80 degrees. not only are we happy it's friday. how about the pat's game last night. red sox on a roll. the weekend forecast looks good. we can go on and on reasons to smile this morning. we have some rain across portion of central new hampshire.
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southern new hampshire. this more of cloud producer than anything else. a lot of the first batch slides to the east of us and for most of us we have to wait until that line that's the u.s.-canadian border to work in to give scattered showers. that will happen late in the day through the evening hours as the cold front comes through between 5:00 and 9:00. the shower activity along it and actually behind it too. some lingering showers through midnight tonight. before we get to it we still have another w us with temperature generally running into the lowen a few mid 80s out there this afternoon. about 20 degrees cooler over the weekend. more on that forecast, ahead. pat's fans waking up to another victory. new england staying undefeated taking down the texans, 27-0 at gillette. they did it all with their third string quarterback leading the way. let's head out live to foxboro. nicole oliverio with us. >> of course the question is now what can't the patriots do.
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quarterback position manages to get the team a win and especially against a tough texans defense. if rookie quarterback jacoby brissit was nervous about his first nfl start. i didn't show. the third stringer running the ball in for the pats first touchdown of the night. whats that like your first career nfl touchdown? >> it was crazy. awesome. definitely great you can see kind of got a headache from the head bumping. it was definitely worth. no brady, no garoppolo, no problem. new england managed to shut themmout. you have to put your head down and go to work. brissett getting help from his teammate whose were impressed with his performance. he was never rattled. he played quarterback all his
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>> he showed great poise. he's been every single day. he's proven every day. >> apris -- jacoby brissit the only active quarterback on the roster. >> he's a hardworking kid that's dedicated to doing what's right for the team and trying to improve on anything that you tell him. >> now after brisset gave it belichick and he gay it back to brisset. >> another pat's victory and another facebook post from tom brady. he celebrated a win. this time the headline reads pat's mess with texas playing off the line. don't miss with texas.
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>> charlie baker also tweeting. the offense gets it done. coaching staff is genious. hashtag do your job. go patriots. >> go to our web site at whdh.com for highlights and anal list. let's go to breaking news overnight an officer overnight in oklahoma turning herself in. officer betty shelby is being charged with felony manslaughter. fo she was booked and released 20 minutes later after supposing 20,000 bond. she's being charged after the department originally said that her actions were justified. but video shows crusher walking away with his hands in the air before he was shot. after investigating police say crutche didn't have a gun on him or inside his vehicle. and police gearing up for a
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but this time they were peaceful. the midnight curfew was ignored by many. police didn't appear to force protestors off the street. they demand police release dash cam video where keith la month scotts shot and killed by an officer there earlier this week. police say scott refused to drop his weapon. others say he never had one. his family has seen a video and said it's not clear. >> i didn't see a firearm on the ground. i don't see a firearm point during those videos. i leaves more questions than answers honestly. the police chief said despite public outcry he will not rely the video. he wants to protect the integrity of the investigation. >> police investigating after a store shooting gun fire erupting inside of a stoton cvs. the search for shooter continues. victoria warren is live with more. good morning, vicki.
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questioning people. they are still searching for the shooter. it was a scary scene. there was plenty of customers when someone was suddenly shot. that victim ran to the clinic inside the cvs kr someone game him cpr. 12 cop cars came up. it was after school an 18-year-old was in the store when police say three other men walk fight. at first i didn't think anything of it. and then i heard a couple of pops. >> rennae said she looked around the corner of the aisle she was shopping. one of the guys holding his shoulder. so i assumed he got shot in spotton police raced to the scene. that teen ran to the clinic and up with of the clinicians started treating the him.
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>> it's a brazen act. there were people in the store. be thankful there weren't other victims. the victim did go to hospital. the injury described though as nonlife threatening and is expected to be okay. stoeton police continue their investigation. victoria warren. 7 news "today in new england." both candidates preparing for the upcoming debate in different way. donald trump was in pennsylvania he was talking about the recent violent protest. blaming hillary clinton for helping to fuel inner city violence. >> hillary clinton does not have to worry about the sirens and the gunshots at night. she doesn't worry about it. she's slipping. >> hillary clinton for her part taking a couple of days off to get ready for the debate and her running mate tim kaine said she's ready to take on trump.
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talking. hillary is a tough person. she will be very, very able to deal with that. very able to deal with it. the issue of race and police shootings could be a potential topic for the first debate among many things. and 7news will be in new york when the two candidates meet for their first presidential debate. we'll have live reports monday. right here on 7news. also this morning an officer in lexington hit by a vehicle during traffic detail on pleasant street. lexington police say his taken to the hospital. driver hasn't been charged. happening now police are investigating after a pedestrian is struck in the street in haveril. he was hit while walking along hilldale avenue. there's no word on that person's condition or the cause of the crash. a women in the hospital after her car slams into a home in ashburneham. she was unconscious mind the wheel thursday. the car went airborne before eventually crashing into the
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and that house has since been condemned. turning to a major data breech. confirming more than 500 million accounts were hacked. this is the largest data breech in history. the company said it happened in late 2014 leaking names phone numbers and other personal information. the company now trying to figure out if a foreign government is behind the attack. payment card data and bank account information were not stolen but they are now advising any user who have not changed th so now. still ahead. this morning. wild weather. hitting the west. terrifying moments when a tornado touches down. is the fbi looking into allegation of child abuse by brad pitt. the statement the fbi has released. another warm day ahead of us. then that's it fall weather arriving just in time for the weekend. showers to go through tonight as well. the forecast, ahead. a scary scene caught on cam
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>> willed weather in utah showing the moment a tornado touched down in the northern part of the state. you see debris swirling around here. high winds, several homes damaged and trees were knocked down. thousands of people also were without power. and in northern iowa people there dealing with fierce flooding, dozens of roads in schools were closed after water from a river started spilling over. some people had to be evacuated. and businesses are now stocking up on sandbags to protect against that rising water. i read they are expected to getten more rain as well today. so that certainly not welcome news for a waterlogged area. it sounds like we will get rain
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we would like to take a good chunk and put over the extreme drought in southern new england. we'll get a little bit of water out there. not really a drought denter here as we work into the evening. cloudy in boston. a little bit of sun once in a while. trying to peek on through. 66 degrees. it will be a warm day. once we get breaks of sun in the overcast here late morning through the early afternoon. temperatures right now running in the 60s. to couple of towns close to 70 degrees. there's a front off to the north south of that front. a lot has been across vermont, new hampshire into maine. missing out on those areas from the mass, new hampshire border. mainly over the evening with this bands laying up now across the u.s.-canadian border as that line sinks to the south. it will give us an opportunity to give us some wet weather this evening. on the other side of that front
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canada. 30s and 40s. cool canadian air mass that will be pressing in to new england as we go through the next several days. not quite there yet this afternoon. we're still running into the low 80s i think for many spots that get a few breaks of sun. a little bit cooler across southern new hampshire and then once the front crosses here it will be between 5:00 and 9:00 p.m. across the area. in terms of front crossing and the winds changing direction. it's a notable drop. you will fall into the 60s then a long and front that you have the chance of showers. i would think 7:00 or 8:00 through midnight tonight probably the best opportunity to pick up on the rainfall. maybe a rumble of thunder. more persistent the shower activity around. cooling off overnight tonight. cool air remains in place over the weekend. looking for some fall weather to go apple picking. we'll have it saturday and sunday. few late day showers.
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78 across southern new hampshire then again across the cape and aland. how about the football games. friday night football games. there could be showers especially during the second half of the games. up there melrose, burlington game, 66 degrees. swampscott about 65. you see the trend down already. into the 60s i will fade back into the 50s overnight tonight. a suburbs. same case again on sunday. not only are we featuring cooling air but a cooler breeze out there. any cloud cover you have early in the morning tomorrow i think tends to fade away for more sunshine than cloud cover as we go through the roast of the day. lakes region today. scattered showers low 70s. pretty good looking weekend.
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second half of the weekend. 61 at lowden. plan out there if you plan to watch nascar. look at the 7 on 7 forecast. we'll continue the cool weather. look at the overnight lows. upper 30s sunday and monday. more news for you now. two fbi looking into incident involving brad pitt amid claims of child abuse. officials releasing a statement saying they are gathering facts and will decide whether or not to investigate. now the fbi was because this incident allegedly happened onboard a private plane while pitt his wife and children flew from france to california. jolie filed for divorce earlier this week. the los angeles police department said they are not investigating. anthony wiener now under federal investigation as he is embroiled in another sexting scandal. comes after the daily mail reported former congressman exchanged sexually explicit text messages with a teenager girl in
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wiener said he texted the 15-year-old girl but he's the subject of a hoax. he's also under investigation for an image he sent to another women where he posed next to his 4-year-old son. and new this morning turns out u.s. olympians will not have to pay for winning medal. the house of representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill exempting athlete from paying taxes on the money they get from the u.s. olympic committee when they win medals. the measure also applies to para olympians. only no vote from representativ you win and you have to pay more money. >> what do they say about death and taxes? >> ahead at 9:30 this morning. more cameras could be coming to boston. which police force are thinking of having their officers wear them. up next holding on for her life. a women jumping into action when someone tries to drive away with
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>> caught on camera dramatic shootout in florida. take a lack that video. officers saying an argument between two men led to this. investigator say one guy here had an ar-15 best men have been charged with attempted murder. houston officials are searching for the men in some surveillance video here. the two robbers walked into local grocery store.
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uniform managed to trick employees. sneak into the main office there it is. once in the office they threatened an employee with a gun stole a cell phone and then broke into the store's safe. >> a thief takes this women's purse and trying to drive away. that women was determined to get her purse back. she was. she actually jumped on the car. and they took off. she was thrown off the car. take aoo it's a blink of an eye. what is this guy doing in my car. >> this man steals janelle's purse. and once she realized she's getting ripped off while pumping gas saturday afternoon she said her instincts kicked in. i ran around to his side of car. hoping he wouldn't drive off. i reached into the driver side. i had my hand on my handbag. and at that point he drove off.
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the driver side tire fell over the foot. she was left lying on the ground injured but alert the dangerous or deal left her with severely sprained ankle and lots of cuts and bruises. doctors were amazed her leg wasn't shattered. meanwhile that up close encounter with thief in silver cadillac is something she will never forget. he just kept cursing and calling me names. in an attempt to scare me i think i literally scared him to death. after the fact janelle realizes she shouldn't have fought back that it wasn't really worth it. >> he could have killed me. what if he had a gun. what if he would have been more vicious. what if my daughter was in car. there -- the scenario could have played out so much worse. right now police are still out there and they are searching for that purse snatcher. >> we have breaking news we want to talk about.
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with a shooting at stoton cvs. the gunman is still out there. we brought you the story a while ago. victoria warren is there. investigator say this update someone shot an 18-year-old in the shoulder during altercation thursday afternoon. the victim has been released from the hospital and police say the shootings not random. but, again the update two teens have been arrested. one beganmen is still out there. report. 9:23. stul ahead this morning. one dog getting a sec his road to recovery after a devastating train accident. and at 9:30 a little boy from the united states trying to from the united states trying to help with a strike in sy fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes mrs. wagner's car to arrive for the airport, she can use fios to download the movie "up in the air" to watch while she's...up in the air. that's the power of fiber optics.
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>> 9:0025. a manatee sent south after an incredible rescue off the coast of the cape. the international fund for animal welfare saved this enormous creature when it got stuck in inlet. the animal weighs more than 1,000 pounds and crews were able to bring to rehab aquarium before sending it to warmer waters there. so herculian effort there. now to small dog g collision. >> charlie is her name. she was hit by a train in jamaica plain but on the road to recory after being rescued just in time. here's jennifer eagan with more. >> this is my friend charlie. she's a 1-year-old mix. >> she may be small but charlie a fighter. she was hit by a train but had her leg tragically amputated.
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who found her on the tracks a move that saved her life. the most important thing to get them right to emergency facility because shock sets in really quickly. and shock can basically cause them to die. >> they aren't sure how charlie ended up on the tracks but believe she was someone's pet at one point. >> i do think she's probably owned by somebody. i'm not sure if the circumstances on how again el she got to train tracks. but her face was shaved you know. wasn't she wasn't excessively matted. since no one claimed her they gave her a name. the wonderful staff when she first game in nicknamed her charlie. in the past week charlie has steadily improved. she's doing well with learning how to walk again. she's not stumbling. refusing to let anything hold her back. every time i see an animal go through something like that.
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are. >> after charlie recovers. she will be put up for adoption. jennifer eagan. 7news "today in new england." charlie for charlecard. >> one over my heart. >> i love to adopt her. coming up on 9:30. we have more information on some white house data that was stolen. the information that posted online including a product of the first lady's passport. >> temps in the 80s spchlt back into the 60s by the weekend. we're talking about a big cooldown ahead. what about the rain. when does it awry. the forecast coming up. new hampshire mother set to be charged after she allegedly overdoses right in front ? ?
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new england cruising to 3-and-0. texans crushed as the patriots shut them out at gillette. terror take down at the suspect wife returns to the u.s. to be questioned by officials? also white house information stolen what hackers were able to get their hands on and who officials think is behind the attack. >> welcome back. thanks for staying with us. i'm nancy chin. i'm chris >> it's a lot of clouds around. but it's still a warm day as we go from 60s back into the low-to-mid 80s partial sunshine at times. now the umbrella that's needed across new hampshire and maine this morning. initially a lot of this first batch missing many of us across massachusetts. i do expect the second band that will arrive this evening to give us a better chance of more widespread showers. especially anytime after 6:00 or 7:00 rolling right through midnight or so.
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barring that we get a little bit of sunshine in here. i expect some breaks of sun occasionally in here. look at the change up over the weekend. returning sunshine. it will be dry saturday and sunday with wit of breeze and much cooler highs in the 60s. thank you. we have breaking news. we have learned two teenager have been arrested in connection with shooting at stoton cvs. the gunman still out there. someone shot an 18-year-old in the shoulder thursday aften. from the hospital and police say the shooting was not random. gillette stadium was rocking last night with another pat's victory. jacoby brissit really stepping up for the team leaving them to 27-0 win over houston. it wasn't easy. the team without key player. clearly that didn't make a difference. nicole has more from foxboro right now.
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brissit was nervous it didn't show. the third stringer running the ball in for the pats first touchdown of the night. what was it like the first career nfl touchdown? >> crazy. it was awesome. you can see all the player run up to you. kind another got a headache from the head bumping. no brady, no garoppolo, no problem. jacoby brissit had now days to prae brissit getting help from the teammate whose were impressed with the rookie's performance. he was never rattled. he played quarterback his whole life. it's not a position she's not familiar with. he showed great poise. he's been every single day since he came here. he works hard every single day. he was the only active qb on the team's roster.
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could do his job. he's a hardworking kid that's dedicated to doing what's right for the time and trying to improve on anything that you tell him. after he scored the first touchdown he went over and gave the ball to belichick who said after the game, of course he gay it back to brissit. his first touchdown ball something he can put in his trophy case. >> nicole oliverio 7 news "today in nng go to our web site whdh.com for highlights and analysis. >> a superintendent said his wants his police force armed with body camera. he brought up the idea to the transit police chief who agrees that it would work on the t. the also want video surveillance cameras inside mbta trains. now after a battle in court boston police are currently testing a pilot program for body cameras with 100 officers there.
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shops filing a lawsuit against the state attorney general mora healy. they call for her crackdown on the sell of copy cat assault weapons unconstitutional. the globe said a spokesperson said the enforcement of the ban has been successful in ending the sell of the weapons >> there's now details about a major crash in rocksbury. teenager girl facing a judge in connection with the dangerous drive. police say the 17-year-old sped away from officers in a stolen suv on wednesday and slammed into several they are expected to be okay. sky 7 hd over the scene of deadly plane crash. amtrak train hit and killed a man. someone jumped on to the tracks in front of the train yesterday afternoon. trains were temporary delayed while police investigated. the mbta station in mansfield now open and operating on schedule. officers make a big drug bust in south boston. both police arrest three suspect
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recovering two guns heroin and cocaine from a house on old colony avenue. all three suspect are facing multiple charges. >> also this morning a new hampshire mother who passed out from apparent overdose will now be charged with child endangerment after the whole scene was caught on cell phone. it happened at store in laurens over the weekend. you can see the little 2-year-old girl trying to wake up her mother. police say they also found drug paraphernalia consistent with paramedic were able to revive her. dcs took custody of the little girl. >> rhode island man admitting he pledged to support to isis in planned terrorist attack. he pleaded guiltiy to behead american and plotting to bring down the u.s. govern. he was arrested last summer after one of coconspirators was shot and killed by police in rosslandale. he will be sentenced in march. now to the latest on the terror take down after those
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some new video appears to show the suspect amad placing a second explosive on the street in new york city. now two men later unload the suitcase leaving behind that pressure cooker bomb. investigators say 12 of his fingerprints were found on that explosive device. he still unable to speak with investigator as he continues to recoffering in the hospital after the shootout with police in new jersey. investigators say he won't be medically cleared to f judge for quite sometime. and law enforcement officials now focusing the investigation on his family members. they might have known about his plan for the attack. his wife was escorted to the u.s. from dubai. she was taken in for questioning by the fbi. she's not been named a suspect, however. >> also on 7. details are emerging after officials say white house information was breached. the information was stolen from a member of the white house advance team included personal
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the first lady. >> sailors airmen and marine prepare every day. to prepare the visit to middle east. contrast employee got an image of he's passport. e-mails from his account including the passport have been posted on the web site of hacker group called dc leaks which u.s. officials suspect is actually run by russian intelligence. in a knat not so settle can be hacked we will see the fall of our country. the same site last week posted campaign related hacked from colin powell in u.s. officials say maybe intended to influence voters. >> we're deeply concerned that the russians are medaling. and from what we know of the russian system instruction for that kind of thing we believe would only come from the highest levels >> the latest hacked e-mail include briefing material for
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cleveland by vice president joe builden. in an april event with michelle obama. nearly 13,000 e-mail exposing white house travel manual on keeping communication secure. former cyberexpert say the technique to hack g-mail account aren't complicated. a number of criminal elements could clearly have those as you're friends in high school. >> the hack also information about hillary clinton's campaignent including where she planned to be and who was flying on her private plane. a 6-year-old is reserving out to white house trying to help a little boy in the middle of the civil war in syria. and it's with a touching note. this was the picture that touched so many people. that of a young boy in syria. he's covered in blood after an airstrike his his home. 6-year-old boy from new york wrote a letter to president obama saying that he wanted to
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door president obama. remember the boy who was picked up by the ambulance in syria. can you believe go get him and bring him to our home. >> president obama read the boy's letter and meeting to talk about the refugee crisis in syria. >> new this moing wells fargo ceo resigned as an advisor to federal reserve as the bank under fire for a fraud scandal. johnstown stepping down from his position two years after he was appointed. it ces by a massachusetts senator elizabeth warren on capitol hill this week for failing to stop employees from creating more than 2 million fake accounts. just ahead here on "today in new england." little over a week left in the regular season. and my, my is sox are coasting. aren't they. they are racking up wins as they head straight towards the play off. >> we are headed into the kitchen to see what's cooking. a trendy spot serving up some old school italian.
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>> welcome back. we've been talking about the first day of fall which was officially yesterday. and now this weekend it will be first full weekend, i guess of fall. we're just questioning to
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>> apple picking. cider, doughnuts it's cloudy. when will that clear off? >> breaks of sunshine today. apple cider doughnuts the highlight of apple picking season. 66 in boston. nice fall weather with us in the next week first full week of fall. we'll just continue nancy's trend there. 60 in norwood. you get into boston s the breeze is out of the south. you got to change that direction to north and northeast. to dig in cooler weather and we will eventually. the showers that we have across new hampshire into maine a lot ms.ing. commonwealth of massachusetts maybe a spot sprinkle in few towns this morning. the main wand that will start to deliver that wind change as well as some rain is close to the u.s.-canadian border. you have to wait until that fades off to the south to give
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widespread showers from southern new hampshire. the front itself between 5:00 and 9:00 transitioning from southern new hampshire to cape and island. the wind will change direction. the temperature will jump down big time. a good ten to 15 degrees caller by 7:00 or 8:00 as many of us head from close to 80 if not bo 80 this afternoon back into the 60s by 7:00 p.m. a lot of cooler air behind the front. also some showers still lingering bind the you head out to dinner and movie. keep the umbrella handy. shower chance through midnight tonight. then late overnight tonight it starts to clear out and cool down and that is the pattern into the weekend and into early next week as well. you start to get into this time of year and you get the areas of high pressure from canada. you start saying okay will it be cold enough to see a frost. but monday morning wouldn't be surprised to see the coolest locations north and west of 495.
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patchy frost with temperatures into the mid 30s. you notice with purple shading it's almost right on cue if you get a frost up there for late september. the closer you get into the city of boston the further and deeper into october usually you see the first frost here. i don't think it will be in boston per se. but back into the 40s in boston by sunday morning. a little bit of color across northern new england as well. cool weekend up there. temperatures close to 78 to 85 this afternoon. few showers arriving late in the day. most late by 5:00, 6:00, 7:00 p.m. across southern new hampshire. more widespread for all of us. much cooler by the weekend. sunshine returns. it's good for outdoor activities. sunday and monday morning upper 30s in suburbs. 40s in boston. built of a breeze this weekend too. >> it will feel chilly. thank you. a three-day festival kicking off
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newest smithsonian museum is set to open. >> the national medical museum of african-american history and culture has been in the works for year. tomorrow lit open the doors to the public. >> reporter: thousands of people expected on the national mal today for saturday's opening of the national museum of african-american history and culture. a symbol of freedom and liberation and achievement. a building as unique as its purpose with artifacts from all over the country. >> went around the with local museums and basically said bring out your stuff. >> some larger item set in place during construction. this railway car. the south carolina sleigh cabin dismantled piece by piece and reconstructed here. a 21-foot guard tower from the nation's large. prison in louisiana where black convicts were leased o out to work. >> as those that don't remember history are doomed to repeat it.
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triumphs. they helped educate thousands of black children in the segregated south. sports pioneer celebrated for their skills and strengths. and entertainer who broke the color barrier. chuck barry's red cadillac in the one he drove across the fox theater stage in st. louis. this is same theater that turned him away because he was black. a special place for so many to tell their stories. and instead o cutting president obama will instead ring the freedom bell during tomorrow. that's installed in the 1880's in baptist church in virginia and brought to d.c. for the special occasion. it just looks fantastic. i can't wait to check it out. >> very powerful. seems like you need a few days to go through it. it's huge. >> next in sports. the sox just can't be stopped these days. they are growing their lead in the al east with another big win. david ortiz begin another gift
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this time piece of memorabilia from his past. pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that
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t eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible.
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. >> the red sox winning streak up to 8 games. the sox following it all up by sweeping the orioleses with score tied in the fifth. sing toll right driving in the go ahead run. hanely ramirez couple later he hit a solo home run so the final score here 5-3. red sox win it. and they now start a road series against the rays to night. and taking a look at the current al east standing. looks really good. toronto didn't play last night. the jays are 5 and a half games behind the sox. yankees are now 9 and a half games back. boston magic number to win the
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ortiz a special for wail gift in honor of final regular season in baltimore. before last night's game they presented with what remains of the old bull pin phone. this is one ortiz aimlessly demolished three years ago. you may remember this. he was upset after getting ejected. it didn't hide his emotion. the sox went on to win the world series that year. play while holding a baby. take a look that. father tries to catch a foul ball with right hand while holding the baby in left arm. he didn't catch it. but it landed next to him. if you just picked it up. keep both hands on that baby. >> hike two hands on the wheel. we're headed into the kitchen. see what's cooking at south end spot. serveing up delicious italian. >> taking a look at the forecast
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>> something delicious at place where old meets new. >> throwing a little bit of nostalgia. delicious recipe for egg plant. here's sarah french in today's what's cooking >> at ma speciality in boston south end what's old is new again. >> we are your nostalgic red sox joint from the 50s and 60s. >> for chef justin winters the brand-new place feels like home. >> i grew up in italian-american family. my mother italian-american. she's a chef. i grew up cooking with her. he's making an italian classic. egg plant. i will start off with eggplant. i like the smaller once.
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>> we will slice it nice and thin. then lay them in pan and salt on both sides. >> eggplant like a sponge. it's going to breakdown the cell structure and take out the moisture. >> next feed a large flying pan with oil. >> bring up on high heat until it smokes a little bit. they turn down to low heat. add the egg plant. pat off the moisture that's on the eggplant. cook it on one side until the edges get golden brown. then you place on paper towel to drain. the chef combines. next spoon on the cheese mixture. have a generous amount of ricotta. because what is dish is about. it's a clam but really about the cheese. roll them up and get ready to bake. he places the eggplant on bed of
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olive oil and place in the oven. >> 350 to 400 degrees. maybe 30 minutes. then out of the oven and chef justin tops it with basil pesto. more cheese, and fried basil. ready to serve. glutin free and vegetarian. that's what's cooking. i i'm sarah french. >> it's actually healthy. >> there's pesto in there. it's good for you. i wish you brought some back some left over. low-to-mid 80s. few late day showers across northern mass. and then tonight the showers becoming more widespread. it turns cooler this evening and stays cooler over the weekend. dry over the weekend. saturday and sunday perfect for the t time. heading out apple booking. weather looks good. >> thank you. and we have more of today show coming your way next.
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this morning on "today's take," gina davis. and it is freaky friday which means you can win at home. plus al whips up a tasty dinner for all >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this friday morning. september 23rd. billy bush, al and tamron. and we -- it is freebie friday. rihanna is performing in central park.

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